I’m excited to be joining my favorite bloggers this month to bring you a Pinterest-inspired carft project! I’ll be honest, I love seeing all those beautiful DIY jewelry projects on Pinterest, but I don’t dabble in much jewelry, so I decided to start simple.
I figured a memory wire bracelet would be a great project for me as a beginner, and it really was so easy! Let me show you exactly how easy:
In addition to those items listed above, you’ll also need wire cutters and needle nosed pliers.
First I added the jump ring to the charm, then threaded the charm onto the center of the memory wire. Next I added the beads.
I’ve had these gorgeous turquoise and red beads for a while now – got them in a gift exchange a couple Christmases ago. I decided to just thread them onto the memory wire in a little pattern until I was satisfied with my design.
I used the needle nose pliers to pinch one end of the wire closed, then trimmed the other end with wire cutters. I made sure to leave enough on the other end to be able to pinch closed.
Finally, I pinched the other end closed with the needle nose pliers.
This bracelet literally took me about 15 minutes to make. I’m down with that!
Stop by to see the other Pinterest-inspired posts today by #myfavoritebloggers, and enter to win this month’s giveaway!
Red & Turquoise Memory Wire Bracelet by Kirsten at Sweet Tea and Saving Grace / Steamed Honey Glazed Carrot Medallions by Melanie at It Happens in a Blink / Pipe Curtain Rods by Kara at Happy Go Lucky / Slow Cooker Italian Beef by Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects / Stenciled Watercolor Makeup Pouch by Bethany at Pitter and Glink / Unicorn Counted Cross Stitch Pattern by Nancy at Do Small Things with Love
This is pretty! I like easy and quick crafts, too
I miss my time that I could sit and create jewelry! I’m hoping when my littles are bigger, I can unpack it all in a little studio space somewhere and work metal to my heart’s content.
I really love this! (I could have guessed you would have chosen beads those colors.) 😉 I’ve never used memory wire before, but I want to. Maybe I’ll do that soon. Thanks for a great tutorial!
LOL Yes, you know me too well 🙂
These colors are so pretty and your tutorial makes me almost brave enough to try making one 🙂
Go get it girl! It’s super easy. If I can do it, I know you can, too.
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